Jared’s always been a generalist and a problem solver – hammering away at different projects and keeping ahead of the curve with a variety of technologies. Now he’s making use of the many skills he’s developed through his career – including working with Microsoft Access, SharePoint, and elsewhere cutting code in the digital process automation realm – to improve business intelligence and create agile, intelligent digital workforces through robotic process automation (RPA).
Jared’s a big believer in RPA’s capability to free up time by taking care of high volume-low complexity tasks. The mundane. The repetitive. “Get a bot on it and the job is done faster and more reliably, with a clear, auditable paper trail,” he says. However, it’s more than that too, and he’ll be the first to tell you. Jared sees effective RPA as happiness and freedom to do more with business. Central to this is the idea that whatever tech you’re dealing with, it always comes back to people and making their lives easier.
Jared’s a skilled communicator, so it’s no surprise that he sees that at the core of successful automation. He makes sure the people in the businesses we work with understand what RPA is, how it works, and how it will affect them – which means talking to stakeholders about organising robotic operating models (ROMs), and to management to develop strategies for introducing an RPA model into a business. “Getting the right people involved at the right time ensures ongoing success with an intelligent digital workforce, and that’s how we’re leading the pack.”